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, and that was one of the biggest decisions we've made, the united states was in a very tough situation at that time. neil: you were for bailing those others out, because of the whole supply? >> remember we actually testified on behalf of temporary help for gm and chrysler, we concluded, that if gm and chrysler, went into freefall, they could have taken down the industry and u.s. economy. neil: you don't think you would have survived that or toyota with plants here. >> we all would have been in real trouble. we did it, -- we could have really contributed to u.s. going from a recession. neil: that rescue of a good thing? >> it was the right thing to did at the time, but to your point, i am just so pleased that we did not access one dollar of taxpayer money, we were on a plan to create a viable ford way before that recession hit. neil: there seems to be a bigger macro picture to, that you know that is big government, about well not big government. many saying it has gone too far since, and we built a slippery slope. what do you think that that the government is too unwieldy, rescuing everyone. >> i co
if they so choose. but he is acting as the government of the united states in the absence of one. >> that is very well put. congressmen, always great to have you. congressmen emanuel cleaver. he gave the best speech of that convention. neil: out of this world spending. guess what? it is cheaper to buy a home now than it is to rent. how that could be more food for thought. next, with it looks like more people are avoiding big banks. the founder of kinko's you see us, at the start of the day. on the company phone list that's a few names longer. you see us bank on busier highways. on once empty fields. everyday you see all the ways all of us at us bank are helping grow our economy. lending more so companies and communities can expand, grow stronger and get back to work. everyday you see all of us serving you, around the country, around the corner. us bank. multi-policy discount... paperless discount... paid in full discount... [yawning] homeowner's discount... safe driver discount... unicorn discount. unicorn wearing a sombrero. olé... countless discounts -- now, that's progressive
abroad. i am concerned about homegrown jihadist. more inside the united states. something close to 9/11 but maybe not identical to the one thank you very much. we find it kind of scary, but a reminder that it's history. it doesn't mean that history can't be repeated. we will have more. these fellas used capital one venture miles for a golf getaway. double miles you can actually use... but mr. single miles can't join his friends because he's getting hit with blackouts. shame on you. now he's stuck in a miniature nightmare. oh, thank you. but, with e capital one venture card... you can fly any airline, any flight, any time. double miles you can actually use. what's in your wallet? alec jr? it was a gift. neil: you know, all this time i thought it was the kids that were the victims of the chicago teachers strike. leave it to "the new york times", specifically the teachers unions, the times headline says it all in the latest scandal. unions under siege. that even had to get your attention. >> it did, it did two. neil: do you think they are under siege? >> they are not popular in america
at the historical evidence. why did the united states have another pearl harbor? we were fighting the battle. otherwise the japanese would have attacked in general and san diego. anything care for 9/11. neil: what you think of that? are we just emphasizing the wrong thing? >> the terrorists also look at our system of communication. we look at what is vulnerable. it will continue to be airplanes. that doesn't mean they won't target metros or trains or other types of transportation. we have seen that we have been trying to look at other airplanes. >> they have looked at trains in madrid. we have looked at transportation beyond planes, but here, by and large, planes. do you fear that bad switches that? >> they are going to choose not always planes or trains, but wherever there is a large mass of passengers taking one kind of traveling system. neil: do think something along the magnitude of 9/11 could happen again? >> i am not thinking that about a group of 19, 20, or 30 coming from abroad. i am concerned about homegrown jihadist. more inside the united states. something close to 9/11 but maybe
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